By Alan Haber – Pure Pop Radio
This week, Linus of Hollywood brings a sense of good old cabin-essence to Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation, and two all-new editions of Alan Haber’s Pop Tunes Deejay Show thrill with the latest and greatest melodic pop sounds from across the decades.
It’s been nearly 20 years since Linus of Hollywood’s debut platter, Your Favorite Record, charmed listeners for whom melody was, and continues to be, king. Linus’s new release, Cabin Life, is the main topic of conversation during his 70-minute appearance on Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation this Wednesday at 9 pm ET on Pop that Goes Crunch Radio.
In addition to talking about and playing a pair of wonderful songs from Cabin Life, Linus also dishes about his move to Los Angeles as a 21-year-old looking for his big musical break, his time spent as a member of the punk-pop band Size 14 (and wait until you hear who played keyboards on their album!), his work with soft-pop queen Margo Guryan, and the writing and recording of what may well be his best album, Cabin Life. It’s another in-depth back-and-forth you won’t want to miss.
Tomorrow night (Tuesday) on Alan Haber’s Pop Tunes Deejay Show (8 pm ET), you’ll dig a set of pretty ballads from Bread, PFR and Jellyfish; new songs from Farrington, Magpie, Chris Richards and the Subtractions, Fireproof Sam and the Network Stars, Lord High Admirals, Radio Days, Nick Batterham, and Chris Price; and classics from Paul McCartney, Marc Jonson and more.
This Thursday night, also at 8 pm ET, another hour of new and new-to-you melodic pop tunes comes at you on another all-new Pop Tunes Deejay Show from the Hudson Brothers, the Carousels, Brian Jay Cline, the Jeremy Band, the Bonzo Dog Band, Dropkick, Ken Sharp, Todd Rundgren, and lots more, including a triple play from David Myhr. Plus, as on all Pop Tunes Deejay Shows, my snappy deejay patter!
Don’t miss another week’s worth of outstanding Pure Pop Radio programming, heard on Pop that Goes Crunch Radio. Enjoy!
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